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NCCA Press Releases 

The National Center for Creative Aging Launches the NCCA Creative Caregiving Guide in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

National Center for Creative Aging Announces Jennie Smith-Peers as New Executive Director

The National Center for Creative Aging Launches the NCCA Creative Caregiving Guide

The National Center for Creative Aging to Receive National Endowment for the Arts Grant for ART CART: SAVING THE LEGACY

Studies Show that Older Adults with Creativity in their Lives are Healthier than Those Without

Exhibition Celebrates Professional Artists 63-100 in Saving Their Legacies

National Center for Creative Aging Launches Free Online Teaching Artist Training for Working with Adults 55+

 

2014 National Leadership Exchange & Conference

Reflections from the National Leadership Exchange & Conference on Creative Aging by Teresa Bonner
Aroha Philanthropies

Blending the Art and Science of Senior Creativity: The First NCCA “Leadership Excahnge” Conference in Washington, DC by Francine Todder
July 15, 2014

Creative Aging: The Best of Science and Art by Francine Todder
 July 10, 2014, Huffington Post

2014 National Leadership Exchange & Conference a Tremendous Start to Annual Series by Gay Hanna
July 1, 2014

NCCA Pre-Conference: Delighted my Senses and Topped my Expectations by Francine Todder
July 1, 2014

Ten things I learned at The Creative Aging Conference, Washington DC by Margi Brown Ash
June 15, 2014, 4Change

 

NCCA in the News

New Worlds Open at the Artist's Easel by John Hanc
March 12, 2014, The New York TImes

What's Art Got to Do With It? by John Feather, PhD
September 6, 2013, Huffington Post

Riverside: Lake Elsinore resident enjoys museum's drawing class 
September 3, 2013, The Press-Enterprise

Grandma With Attitude: A college made of silver by Anne Pershing
August 30, 2013, RGJ.com

The New Aging by Regina M.J. Kyle
September 22, 2012, Ocala.com

Creative Aging Research

Research Fact Sheet 1-pager

For the most up-to-date research on the benefits of arts and aging for older adults check out these publications and research

The Arts and Human Development: Framing a National Research Agenda for the Arts, Lifelong Learning, and Individual Well-Being

The Arts and Aging: Building the Science

The Creativity and Aging Study: The Impact of Professionally Conducted Cultural Programs on Older Adults

Visit our Resource Directory for more research, white papers, evaluations, and publications.

Media Inquiries

For media inquires please contact Rendy Auguste at rauguste@creativeaging.org or 202-895-9456